676. Irish Regency Mahogany Canterbury by Robert Strahan Dublin

An Exceptional Fine Example of an Irish Regency Flame Mahogany Canterbury, made during the first quarter of the Nineteenth Century. 

The four open spindle galleried sections above a single fitted drawer to base, elegantly raised on four turned tapering legs terminating on original brass cap castors. 

Condition: Superb condition. Strahan Dublin paper label inside drawer. 

Width: (entire) 20" (51cm). Height: (entire including frames) 21" (53cm). Depth: 16.5" (42cm). 


Robert Strahan Dublin Cabinetmaker: Recorded locations at 10-11 Chancery Lane from 1811-54 and at Henry Street from 1845-67 also at 135 St. Stephens Green from 1896-1969. The Company exhibited Walnut, Marquetry and gilded Furniture at the Dublin Great Industrial Exhibition of 1853. See more D. Fitzgerald, Dublin Directories and Trade Labels, Furniture History 1985, pages 271-272.